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Texas Public School General Liability

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rblass

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While driving home after work on a primary street that passes in front of a high school, A baseball was thrown/struck into the street which destroyed my windshield.
The posted speed limit is 45 mph. The impact was considerable.

My question is: Are Texas Public Schools EXEMPT from general liability under such a circumstance concerning school permitted/authorized functions? (baseball game or practice)
 


I AM ALWAYS LIABLE

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<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Arial, Helvetica, Verdana">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by rblass:
While driving home after work on a primary street that passes in front of a high school, A baseball was thrown/struck into the street which destroyed my windshield.
The posted speed limit is 45 mph. The impact was considerable.

My question is: Are Texas Public Schools EXEMPT from general liability under such a circumstance concerning school permitted/authorized functions? (baseball game or practice)
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My response:

Generally, in every State and jurisdiction, Governmental Entities (of which a school is one), are immune from such liability (oh, and so are the kids).

IAAL



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